- v. Alter the size of something.
- v. change the size of; make the size more appropriate
- re- + size (Wiktionary)
“In the latest versions of vdub the resize filter has changed, so look under Framing Options and choose letterbox / crop to size.”
“When size not fixed it does not update when size the same (calling resize).”
“Mr. Moynihan said on the conference call that if trading revenue doesn't improve, the bank will have to "resize" the business.”
“Extremely customisable, you can set mouse buttons and mouse button/keyboard combinations to do a variety of tasks such as resize windows, change the transparency of windows, run programs, activate a magnifier loupe, emulate keystrokes, and make screenshots.”
“Besides, ELPhotoX has abilities to process photos, such as resize, rotate, mirror, twirl and so on.”
“Beside the basic edit function, Amazing Photo Editor has lots of ability to process photos, such as resize, rotate, adjust color, mirror, insert text, negative, gray scale, intensity and so on.”
“I forgot to specify Lanczos3 in the "resize" filter; that improved the result so it's almost as good as the”
“In response to reduced U.S. demand and slumping third-quarter numbers, FedEx will "resize" its sprawling domestic express network by consolidating fleet and enhancing productivity in addition to slashing salaries and wages at its express division by tying them to the company's revenue forecast.”
“With my SLRs (Nikons) I can (in-camera) select a existing on-card RAW image and use the "resize" function to create a JPG that I can use immediately.”
“Terremark's vCloud Express allows you to add additional storage as new disks, while others (like Rackspace) allow to "resize" your servers and storage to create a new server with a larger disk and copy your data into it.”
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